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Cultures, customs and language of the Ghanaian people.
What does the Ghanaian Culture means to you?
This Person is speaking the Fante language in Ghana
Question 1: What is your tribe called?
Answer: Our tribe is called Nana Ab3gyetey for the gua and the feti-afeshie. People from cape coast celebrate the feti-afeshie.
Question 2: What language are you speaking?
Answer: It's called Fante
Question 3: Is there any customs or rules your tribe has?
Answer: Some go to the farm on Wednesday and Thursday while others do not go on those two days. Because they believe that things in the farm wake up on Fridays and Saturdays.
Question 4: How do you see the culture? is there any changes?
Answer: The culture here is very interesting. There is no changes
Question 5: Where you born in Ghana or a different country?
Answer: I was born in Ghana but I have been in France. I just came back from France.
Question 6: So overall would you say the culture is better every time you come for visit or not?
Answer: I think it gets better every time I come to visit.
This person is speaking the Ga language in Ghana
Question 1: What does the Ghanaian culture mean to you?
Answer: The culture is full with a lot of traditions with different languages. People come to celebrate different things every day.
Question 2: Can you talk about the language you are speaking now?
Answer: I myself I am speaking Ga. Ga is the main language we speak in Accra. There are so many languages like Nzema, Ga, Twi as well as English.
Question 3: Why do you think the Ghanaian culture is unique?
Answer: The Ghanaian culture is very unique and interesting where people come to see it every time.
Question 4: Where you born in Ghana?
Answer: Yes, I was born in Ghana in a small town called Axim at Jamestown.
Question 5: Do you think the culture is still the same or has changed?
Answer: The culture is still the same.